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The Complete Man Series is a monthly seminar that instills, in an accelerated fashion,

the knowledge and character traits that define a mature and well-rounded man.

 

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Program for

Freshmen




The Program

The first year of Complete Man helps freshmen make the most of high school. Sessions feature a one-hour presentation on a range of topics, followed by a virtue talk and a snack.

Topics

• Big Picture • Study for Success • Character & Maturity • Aiming High • Career Considerations • Manners • Leisure/Reading/Culture • Good Father, Good Family Man • Life of Faith, Life of Happiness

Mentoring

One-on-One mentoring helps students know themselves, and set goals to grow in virtue. Each session has a structured topic, including: • goals in life • study habits • use of time • maturity scale • productive use of summer • your personality type • career considerations • prudent use of internet & social media. All mentoring is done by trained and experienced staff members Mentoring takes place at Layton once per month, for 30 – 45 minutes

Program for

Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors




The Program

The three-year cycle of topics for sophomores, juniors, and seniors helps them understand important moral and philosophical topics, and develop habits of work, critical thinking, and self-discipline. Each session begins with a guest speaker, followed by a virtue talk and a snack.

Topics for 2020-21

• Concentration • Reliability of Scripture • Public Speaking • Human rights, Individualism • Media literacy • Clear reasoning • Human Person: body and spirit • Just War Theory • Meaning of Suffering • Leadership • Basics of Bioethics • Personality Type/Temperaments • Islam in the West • Meaning of Work • Communism, Socialism • The Truth of Christianity • Freedom and Authority • Secular Humanism • Time Management/Priorities • Dangers of Pornography • The Case for Marriage (Marriage & Society) • Sexuality & Identity (Gender Theory) • Personal Finance • Moral Relativism • Natural law • Morality & conscience

Mentoring

One-on-One mentoring helps students know themselves, and set goals to grow in virtue. Each session has a structured topic, including: • goals in life • study habits • use of time • maturity scale • productive use of summer • your personality type • career considerations • prudent use of internet & social media. All mentoring is done by trained and experienced staff members Mentoring takes place at Layton once per month, for 30 – 45 minutes

These seminars and mentoring sessions challenge young men to stand out among their peers in maturity, clarity of thought and breadth of vision.

PROGRAM SPECIFICS

SPEAKERS

Each speaker is selected for the quality and appropriateness of their presentation content.

FORMAT

Seminars occur one Saturday a month, and one-on-one mentoring occurs once a month for 30-45 minutes on a day agreed upon between the mentor and mentee. 

LOCATION

Layton Study Center

12900 W. North Avenue

Brookfield, WI 53005

CONTACT

HighSchool@LaytonStudyCenter.org

(262) 784-1523 mailbox 103

DATES

3rd Saturday from 3 to 5 pm

2020
September 19 • October 17
November 21 • December 19

2021
January 16 • February 20
March 20 • April 17 • May 15

PROGRAM FEE
$175 /yearThose with financial limitations should inquire about scholarships when registering

Seminar Directors:

Dr. Michael Bubon, Director of Layton Study Center: B.S. in Biology from George Mason University; Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Medical College of Virginia; Masters in Orthodontics from Columbia University.  Owns and manages Bubon Orthodontics, SC with more than twenty-five years of experience in mentoring youth.

Mr. Hans Cabrera, Seminar Coordinator: B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Masters in Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Fifteen years of experience working with youth.